The best poker training app I’ve ever used! This app has definitely improved my game. It is worth every penny! It’s like studying something in school; you have to do the work, but in this case the textbooks only cost a few dollars.
Doing these excersises has definitely helped me understand my game and how to improve it. It is great for spotting bad habits but even more useful for developing a GTO basis for your play if you take the time to read the explanations behind each excersise. Also you can use the situations it presents you with to work on your own weaknesses like practising mental odds and EV math for example.
Definitely the best app of its kind. I searched pretty extensively throughout the app store and tried several apps but this app takes the cake. Loads of awesome information and great training exercises to help you become a better, more confident player. Absolutely worth the price.
Love this app. Great drills for keeping on your toes with hand reading and a lot of the mental math involved with equity and odds estimations. Ive been looking for a poker studying app just like this for a while and finally found one!
Best poker trainer app ever experienced. This is the most useful app for poker training because it focuses on the most important concepts that many people are not familiar with. I strongly recommend!
Yes, several exercises are completely free. Some have a limit on the number of free games per day.
You download the Android app from Google Play and make an in-app purchase. Currently that purchase does not automatically carry over to the browser version. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for manual handling. This will be sorted in the near future.
Yes, they are based on GTO ranges, but somewhat simplified. They are very similar to the ranges on Upswing and Poker Coaching.
Yes, there are preflop range charts for opening, calling, 3-betting, 4-betting and all-in for all positions. For free.
Not yet, but it’s in the roadmap. The current GTO based ranges are using pure strategy. Check back in a couple of months and it will likely be supported.
Yes, everything that you do as a logged in user will be reflected across all devices.
Not yet, but you can play in the browser at the moment.
Not for the existing games and for managing your own ranges. It is possible that new and advanced games will be added in the future that are not to be covered by the lifetime purchase.